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Dodgers Resign Outfielder to One Year Deal

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Yesterday the Los Angeles Dodgers resigned outfielder Jason Heyward to a one-year, $9 million contract for the 2024 season. Heyward was a surprising pickup last year as the Dodgers signed him to a minor league contract. He shined in spring training and got his chance at the major league level and did not disappoint.

Jason Heyward had a very solid season last season. He had a lot of good moments in 2023. Heyward started in 124 games, he slashed .269/.340/.473, with 15 HR's, 40 RBI's, and a .813 OPS. Jason Heyward had a disappointing season in 2022 with Chicago and made a lot of improvements this past year.

The Dodgers gave Heyward a shot and he didn't make them disappointed. Jason Heyward will be apart of the Dodgers lineup constantly after his season. The Dodgers will hope they can get the same amount of production from Jason Heyward.

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